Unit Secretary - Emergency Department / CNA (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – May 21, 2019
Always had the availability to trade shifts with someone. Management was willing to work with you if you were a student. Great benefits. When working 12 hour nights it is rough but the management tried to help out ie... if they had an event for the day shift they always made sure the night shift was treated also. It's the little things that count.
RN (Current Employee) – Lawrence, KS – March 20, 2019
I used to love working in my department but because of the change in management and lack of leadership for so long I became very disgruntled. I have given 28 years of my life to this place. I am sad that I have to leave Surgery.
Secretary (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – March 5, 2019
My job was to review the medical record of every patient that was in the hospital on their discharge. Make sure that the doctor signed off on all the orders that they had given, and written on their progress sheet.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – New London, CT – February 17, 2019
A good company to work for, with great career advancement opportunities. Union based and a willingness to stand by their employees. I have been with the company for eight years and have had zero issue.
Medical Asst/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Lawrence, KS – February 12, 2019
you are underpaid for what they expect of you. they don't appreciate their employees! you tell try to be nice and help out then they take advantage of you! they do not give raises based on work ethics.
Imagining Services Coordinator (Current Employee) – Medford, MA – January 14, 2019
entering & greeting patient as they come into radiology for all types of exam. answering phone calls from out patient's,doctors offices. faxing patient reports burning disc for patients records inputting data into excel for managements
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Medford, MA – October 17, 2018
I worked here fresh out of school. It was a great learning experience. The other employees i met, i still talk to 6 years later. We all took care of eachother because its a small hospital. Definitely family oriented.
Quality & Risk Management Coordinator (Former Employee) – New London, CT – October 2, 2018
Evenly paced productive roll using investigative skill to determine whether patient safety events avoidable and providing root cause when found avoidable. Challenging role though enjoyable given work with all hospital disciplines.
I volunteered there and everyone was so nice. it was fast paced but really fun. I volunteered there for a couple years and got to see a lot of places in the hospital. It did not feel like work because it was so fun.